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Teacher Pack: Coastal Engineering and management

Teacher Pack: Coastal Engineering and management

In this pack you will find a range of ideas, activities, resources and lesson plans, designed to allow you to engage students on the topic of Coastal Management & Engineering, facilitate learning and maximise understanding of natural coastal processes and management strategies for the local beaches, foreshores and dunes on the Gold Coast. Resources are created for targeted year groups and include clear curriculum links. Coastlines are dynamic environments, constantly changing as a result of coastal processes and varying weather patterns. Under calm conditions, the sand may shift just a millimetre or so and during an extreme storm event, beaches can change rapidly as sand is moved offshore. Historically, storm events have driven innovation in coastal engineering in order to protect our city. However, as population has grown on the Gold Coast, so too has development along our beaches. A range of coastal management techniques are being implemented across the Gold Coast to meet the varying challenges faced by each area, depending on environmental conditions and the extent of development. The resources in this pack allow you and your students to explore Coastal Management & Engineering on the Gold Coast, through engaging and thought provoking activities. You can order your spiral bound hard copy or free PDF version here: https://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-centre-coastal-management/community-projects/coasted/programs/resources/teacher-pack-coastal-management-and-engineering

By coasted

113 High Quality Pictures About Water - Perfect For Any Water Related Topic.

113 High Quality Pictures About Water - Perfect For Any Water Related Topic.

Looking for pictures about rivers, water or the sea? Here is a set of three PowerPoints, which focus on water bodies, rivers and coastal images. In total, there are 113 different photos. These could be used to make a very impressive eye catching display. The photos could be mixed and sorted in different ways. The photos would also make excellent settings for stories which are linked to the water topic. For older students, they could also look and discuss the human and physical geography in the the different pictures. Students could sort these into the different parts of the water cycle. Students can use the different images in topics about rivers, seas or oceans. They could even be used to inspire students during a water - related art lesson.

By peterfogarty

Water Bunde

Water Bunde

Are you teaching about water, the sea, oceans, the water cycle or rivers? Then I am sure you would find this wonderful collection of water related presentations, quizzes and creative writing prompts, very useful. These resources can be used for a wide range of different age groups and as part of a cross-curricular unit

By peterfogarty

Environmental Bundle

Environmental Bundle

This is my environmental bundle. It has presentations on different types of pollution and the environmental problems we face. It also examines in detail climate change. In addition, it reviews habitats and the local environment.

By peterfogarty

Water

Water

This resource introduces the precious, life-giving resource that is water. The presentation contains 38 photos and captions that you can show to your students, to discuss how water is useful and precious. The resource looks at the way that many communities around the world live without running water in their homes, it also looks at problems like flooding, droughts and water pollution. A perfect resource for World Water Day, for a topic about the environment or when thinking about the differences between people's way of life in different countries.

By cassieborodenko

World Water Day Bundle

World Water Day Bundle

Here are some of my best presentations and teaching activities which are linked to water. There are story prompts, a research skill worksheet and visually exciting pictures.

By peterfogarty

Water

Water

Lots of different aspects of water are covered in this bundle. There are enough pictures to create and interesting water cycle display. There is also a complete unit on the weather.

By peterfogarty

Coastal Defences: Protecting Britain's Shores

Coastal Defences: Protecting Britain's Shores

A colouring page that I drew for my geography students as part of a module on coastal defence. Based on the coastal defences of Alderney in the British Channel Islands. "Braye Harbour (also known as Alderney Harbour) is the main harbour on the north side of the Island of Alderney, in the Channel Islands, a dependency of the British Crown. A 3,000 feet (910 m) break-water built by the Admiralty to protect the Navy in the 19th century shelters Braye Harbour.[1][2][3] It is an artificial harbour created by building a pier or jetty. The harbour faces out onto the Swinge, which is part of the English Channel. It is here that most of the island's freight comes in. It is more or less a suburb of St Anne, which is a large settlement in Alderney that juts out on a rocky promontory on the west side, approximately 1 mile from the harbour". (Wikipedia) Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

300 generic lesson activities and 50 marking time-busters. Make life easy!!

300 generic lesson activities and 50 marking time-busters. Make life easy!!

BUNDLE: Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks (This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers - it's the most useful planning tool ever!) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there! There are also 50 marking ideas that will bust your marking-time - some ingenious stuff! These are my two most popular files, bundled together to save you money and hassle! Many thanks Copyright T.Taylor

By whizzbangbang

How many fish? - Interpret and create graphs

How many fish? - Interpret and create graphs

Part of our suite of resources on floods and climate change in Bangladesh "Living in a world of water". Your pupils follow Aasia's story via an interactive map whilst collecting data. After interpreting a graph, they then represent their data on a graph of their own. You can access this interactive map and other resources here: http://po.st/BGDFloods

By ActionAidSchoolsTeam